Cincinnati Reds fans who show their COVID-19 vaccine card with at least one shot can score view-level tickets for $10 in April and May, the team announced Tuesday.
The promotion applies to games played between Monday and Thursday for the first two months of the season.
“Fans can save on Reds tickets this year by helping stop the spread of COVID-19,” the Major League Baseball team wrote in a statement.
A maximum of six tickets can be purchased with each vaccine card shown, the Reds said. The offer is only valid at ticket windows at the Great American Ball Park.
As vaccine distribution across the country has escalated in recent weeks, some businesses have offered similar incentives for taking the vaccine, such as Krispy Kreme’s free donut offer for vaccinated patrons.
Dollar General announced in January it would offer workers four hours of pay for employees getting the vaccine.